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  • Typical early-July pattern covers the Heartland

    Across the Corn Belt, dry weather and near- or above-normal temperatures have returned in the wake of beneficial rainfall. Dryness-related concerns are greatest in the eastern Corn Belt, where corn […]

  • Hot, largely dry weather to dominate the Heartland

    A Western warming trend will continue, with above-normal temperatures returning across much of the Four Corners region during the holiday weekend. General warmth will across cover the central and […]

  • MO State Fair accepting livestock entries now

    Livestock and Competitive Exhibit Entries are now being accepted by the 2020 Missouri State Fair. The Department of Agriculture says most entries will be accepted online through the Premium Guide […]

  • Second crop alfalfa well on its way

    Second-crop alfalfa is well on its ways in many parts of the Midwest. In Minnesota, Extension crops educator Dave Nicolai tells Brownfield the first cut is nearly complete. “The re-growth is […]

  • Analyst says soybeans, not corn, driving grain complex higher

    Many might assume corn is driving the entire grain complex higher after USDA slashed 2020 acreage by five million acres.  But at least one analyst says soybeans are in the driver’s seat. […]

  • Some wheat diseases starting to show up in Wisconsin

    A University of Wisconsin plant pathologist says corn and beans look great, but he’s starting to see some signs of disease in wheat. Dr. Damon Smith says, “We’re actually picking […]

  • Assessing short and long-term impact of dicamba ruling

    An extension soybean agronomist is downplaying the impact of the 9th Circuit Court decision to vacate registrations of three dicamba herbicides. Seth Naeve with the University of Minnesota tells […]

  • Corn rally has about a two week lifecycle

    A market analyst expects the rally in corn futures to fizzle out by mid-July. Naomi Blohm with Total Farm Marketing says while USDA’s revision to planted corn acreage came as a welcome […]

  • Sundberg says China swine flu finding lacks context

    The head of the Swine Health Information Center says the recently published study about a “new” swine flu virus in China that could become a pandemic lacks context. Dr. Paul Sundberg […]

  • Parson signs bill to extend broadband grant program

    Missouri Governor Mike Parson has signed legislation extending the Missouri Broadband Grant Program created in 2018. The program was set to expire in 2021 but the new law extends it for another six […]

  • South Dakota farmer hopes for good crop and better market

    Wolsey, South Dakota farmer David Struck tells Brownfield he’s pleased with the growing season so far. “Stuff’s looking really good in our area right now,” Stuck told […]

  • Attorney says Enlist case is different than dicamba case

    There’s concern that litigation against Corteva’s Enlist DUO system will be another blow to growers, following the ruling that forced EPA to vacate the registration of three dicamba […]

  • Brownfield Ag Weather Today

    Sponsored by Pivot Bio PROVEN A Western warming trend will continue, with above-normal temperatures returning across much of the Four Corners region during the holiday weekend. General warmth will […]

  • NCBA responds to climate report

    The vice president of government affairs with the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association says a report released by the House Select Committee on Climate Crisis is the product of partisan […]

  • Lawmakers celebrating USMCA want US back in TPP

    Two lawmakers and a former lawmaker, on a celebration of the USMCA implementation, say they want the U.S. back in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). Congressman Ron Kind of Wisconsin says, “I […]

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